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Revision as of 19:27, 3 March 2013

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Few infos for the developers...

Get the code

You can download the code of kiwix from our Git repository:

git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/kiwix/kiwix

Developers guide

The developers guide contains a series of documents that will help developers understand Kiwix source code better. Kiwix is free software, and as such invites all developers to make their own modifications.

Building a ZIM
Toolkit to build a dump of Wikipedia ZIM.
Make a DVD
Shows the structure and order of files to run Kiwix from a DVD.
Compile Kiwix
It includes step by step procedure to compile Kiwix. Linux distributions and Windows.
Compile kiwix-serve
Simple steps to compile the Kiwix server version.
Compiling Kiwix autorun
Elements needed to compile the autorun.
Making a Kiwix Windows Installer
Steps needed to make a Kiwix installer for Windows, using NIS.
Kiwix UI Translation
It involves everything related to the translation of the Kiwix UI and support for end user.
Already available languages

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